Join the JCRC of Greater Washington for a one-hour discussion of affordable housing and rent and mortgage relief. Hear from housing policy expert, Christie Marra, Esq., Director of Housing Advocacy, Virginia Poverty Law Center, about the details of this legislative priority and join the conversation as we prepare to advocate in Richmond.
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Christine E. (Christie) Marra, Esq. Director of Housing Advocacy, Virginia Poverty Law Center
Christie Marra, Esq., is a family and housing law attorney with the Virginia Poverty Law Center and a member of the steering committee of the Campaign to Reduce Evictions. Marra began her legal career working with a legal aid program in the coalfields of southwest Virginia. She was hired by the Central Virginia Legal Aid Society in Richmond, where she worked for thirteen years as a family and housing law attorney for the urban poor in the Richmond area. In 2004 she joined the Virginia Poverty Law Center, which provides legal aid training and public policy advocacy.
Marra graduated from the University of Virginia in 1988 and earned her law degree from the University of Richmond in 1991.